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Kilauea Shopping and Restaurants

  • The Bistro serves up casual sit-down menu options for lunch and dinner. There is live music a few nights a week. 

  • Kilauea Bakery & Pau Hana Pizza has a more casual vibe and diverse selection including fresh house-made soups and sausages, and what many claim is the best pizza on Kauai.

  • The Kilauea Fish Market offers plates and casual outdoor dining 

  • The Healthy Hut with organic produce, foods. Try smoothies or food plate here.

  • Trilogy Coffee 

  • Kauai Juice


Kilauea Lighthouse Village

Kilauea Lighthouse Village, opened 2019 with the opening of the Kilauea Cafe and Market. Additional shops are scheduled to open is 2020.


Kilauea Namahana Farmers Market 

5-2723 Kuhio Hwy #101, Kilauea, HI 96754, marked with by the Aloha sign and flags.

Monday afternoon from 4 p.m. until dusk, 

Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

This market sells eggs, teas, honey, jams and more in addition to local produce. Try a fresh pineapple or ask the vendor to set you up for sipping coconut milk.


Kauai Mini Golf and Cafe

This is not your typical miniature golf course! Enjoy an 18 hole game of Golf and learn about the origins of the island, the people that populated Hawaii and the plants and beautiful tropical flora that came with them. Meanwhile, water hazards, pipe shots, and many other obstacles make for a fun and challenging experience.

Anaina Hou Community Park.

5-2723 Kuhio Hwy #101, Kilauea, HI 96754.


Wai Koa Loop Hiking Trail

The Wai Koa Loop Trail is a great safe 4.5-mile hiking trail on the beautiful North Shore of Kauai. You can access this hike on the campus at Anaina Hou. The hike is free but is on private property, so please stop in at Anaina Hou to sign a waiver, pick up a map. Purchase water, sunblock, lunch or ono snacks. Hat and sunscreen please, for this fun-filled adventure!

Located at Anaina Hou Community Park. Same location as the mini golf and farmers markets. 

5-2723 Kuhio Hwy #101, Kilauea, HI 96754.


The Kilauea Lighthouse and Lookout 

Open Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Admission is $5.00 per person. Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1985 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is marked by its towering lighthouse. The ocean cliffs and tall grassy slopes of a dormant volcano provide a protective breeding ground for many Hawaiian seabirds.

The coastal front also provides a safe haven for the endangered Hawaiian monk sea Green sea turtle, and Humpback whale.


Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens and Sculpture Park

Joyce and Ed Doty, the founders of Na ‘Aina Kai, developed their extraordinary artistic and horticultural vision based upon their strong love for the land and the people of the tropics. Today, the mission of this not-for-profit organization continues to be multifaceted, strengthening the firm foundation upon which the gardens were conceived.

Amazing photos of the garden are at


Driving Tour of Kauai's North Shore

There is much more to explore outside  Kilauea. Consider a driving tour from Kilauea to Ke'e Beach Park.  This fifteen mile drivetakes you to the very end of the road, as far north as the Napali coast allows. Pack the beach chairs, towels, snorkeling equipment and snacks.  A good alternate to driving to Ke'e for a first look at the area is to take the Kauai North Shore Shuttle.  You will be able to focus on the scenary and locations of stops along they way.   Happy exploring.


 See Kauai North Shore Shuttle) for transportation to spots on the north road to Napali.  Driving is possible but after the flood of 2018, there are new considerations. There are 100 parking spaces at Ha'ena State Park and you will need a parking and entry ticket purchased in advance. Consider taking the shuttle and be sure to reserve tickets early.

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